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Pregnancy and Postnatal Classes (Pilates Class Chermside)

Specialising in Physiotherapy-led group exercise classes for: Pregnancy / Postnatal / Women’s only

CHERMSIDE

Prioritising women’s physical and emotional wellbeing for over 15 years through group exercise tailored to every woman’s personal journey: Pregnancy Pilates / Pregnancy Functional training / Mums and bubs Pilates / Mums and bubs Functional training / Core & Cardio for Women

Small Group and Private Reformer Pilates For Women

Offering small group and private REFORMER Pilates for women at any stage of life

KEPERRA STUDIO

Whether you are looking for a personalised pregnancy or postnatal reformer workout, abdominal wall (rectus diastasis) rehabilitation, preparing to return to running or a carefully selected exercise program to support your recovery post-gynaecological surgery then we are here for you.

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Prenatal Exercise Class (Pregnancy Class)

Pregnancy

Pilates is recommended by obstetricians for pregnant women. Its focus on posture, breathing, core connection and flexibility make it an ideal form of exercise to prepare for birth. Combine it with our functional circuit training.
Postnatal Exercise Class (Mum and Bubs)

Mums and Bubs

Reshape your body and get your abdominal tone back while rebuilding your pelvic floor support. Nurture the bond you share with your baby through developing your massage skills.

Womens Health Physio

Women’s only

Don’t let bladder leakage, prolapse, joint pains, surgery, or simply not prioritising your well being stop you from exercising. Now there’s a class specifically designed to meet the needs of women across the lifespan.
Reformer Pilates for Pregnancy, postnatal and pelvic floor recovery (pelvic physiotherapy)

Reformer

Reformer Pilates is an ideal form of exercise for pregnancy, postnatal recovery and pelvic floor friendly training. Improve strength, flexibility, coordination, balance and posture.
Physiotherapist Chermside and Keperra

Why Choose Classes with a Physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists are movement specialists with university-level training in anatomy, biomechanics and physiology.

Our Physiotherapists have completed postgraduate courses to identify and manage pelvic floor dysfunction, abdominal wall and pelvic disorders.

Physiotherapists are trained in exercise prescription specific to pregnancy, the postnatal period and recovery from gynaecological surgery.

Physiotherapists understand the biopsychosocial model of care, providing a more holistic approach to your health.

All registered Physiotherapists must comply with strict regulatory procedures to ensure the safety of their clients including mandatory continuing education, documentation, scope of practice and code of conduct.

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    Women speak out about birth trauma and poor pelvic health care in public system

    This comes from the ABC News Article
    Published on August 03, 2023
    Written by the Specialist Reporting Team's Mary Lloyd and Rhiannon Hobbins

    Few moments are as momentous as the birth of a child. 

    Diastasis Recti: The Separation of the Abdominals

    Diastasis Recti: The Separation of the Abdominals

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    During pregnancy, when your uterus grows and your abdomen expands there is a gradual broadening of the connective tissue band that joins the two sides of abdominal muscles vertically down the midline. The outermost abdominal muscles that run next to the connecting band are your rectus abdominus muscles. The separation of these muscles is known as recti diastasis, or recti divarication.

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